Ep 193: Making Maps and Propaganda

Ep 193: Making Maps and Propaganda

Writer and academic Jeremy Black joins James Holland and Al Murray in a wide-ranging discussion encompassing the propagandist use of maps and the challenges of flying over the Hump.

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